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- adj. Not offensive
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inoffensive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not offensive; harmless; inoffensive.
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Somehow, adults are supposed to be scandalized by normal, unoffensive behavior that has no bearing on a lawmaker's ability to do his job.
To me, it comes remarkably close to "Taffy was a Welshman, Taffy was a thief" and all those totally-unoffensive-of-course Paddy jokes.
Announcing Mr. Spivak's hire, the station's general manager, Jerry Nachman, told The Post: "Given the reluctance on our part to put the toothy, blond, stylistic, unoffensive, white-bread news talent on the air, this guy was destined."
A banal, unoffensive first lady and a TV talk show host are NOT more admired than the only woman thus far to get within spitting distance of the White House.
You tend to be predictable and unoffensive to the conservative ownership.
The theme colours don't work either so I've now changed it all to visually unoffensive neutrals.
Woody Allen even turned the otherwise unoffensive “Antz” into an unwatchable “Woody AllenMovie.”
How about a press that has been running with every bullshit "scandal" they can come up with against Obama because of who he knows or what he said at a fundraiser no matter how true and unoffensive it was?
It is powerful but completely unoffensive and unintrusive.
"Her name is Faith, and she is 6 years old," the mother said, as she excitedly thanked me for paying some, unoffensive, attention to her youngster.